Events are a great way to enjoy a time with community friends and neighbors.
Join us for one of our upcoming events, co-host an event with the Center, or even schedule a tour of the Memorial for your company or civic group.
Find out how you can take part in our efforts to provide human rights education opportunities in Idaho and beyond.
There are many ways to get involved with the Center – volunteer, donate, attend an event, and participate in a program.
We are at a critical crossroads in our history, and the demand for our services has never been higher.
Our planned one-of-a-kind comprehensive human rights education center next to the only Anne Frank Memorial in the United States will give us a greater opportunity to make a profound impact through the keystone of our outreach efforts: education.
For the individual, certification is formal recognition of a specific skill set that focuses on human rights and human dignity. For a business or organization, having employees or members who have earned certification is evidence that value statements are backed by knowledgeable, thoughtful, and meaningful commitments.
The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights welcomes applications for its annual Upstander C.A.R.E. (Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empathy) Awards. Each year Idaho youth in Grades 7-12 are honored with cash prizes up to $1,500 for taking action to create positive change in their communities.
Designed by Idaho metal-artist Ken McCall, “The Other” recognizes the devolution of humanity when injustice targets and demeans members of the community.
“Art Is a Call to Action” – BSU Public Radio
Located in the heart of downtown Boise, Idaho, experience what a memorial to human rights brings to the community.
Designed and constructed by the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial stands as a globally shared icon in the promotion and protection of human rights.
To learn more about the Memorial, schedule a tour or take a virtual one.
Honoring the state’s first director of the Idaho Human Rights Commission, the Classroom showcases the “History of Human Rights in Idaho” with videos and an interactive timeline.